I’ve been tracking this updated A. D. Stenger home for a while now, and I had an opportunity to walk through it this morning. Let me just say that it does not disappoint. Hat tip to the current owners who so respectfully updated the home.
This Westlake Hills home was built in 1954, and by the looks of the interior not much has changed since then. The kitchens and bathrooms look original and all that wood paneling has definitely been there for the last 65 years. Based on location, age and style, I wouldn’t be surprised to find out this was a Stenger home.
Strangely there are only 5 mediocre photos of this new listing online. Luckily, even in those photos this place looks great. The natural material pallet inside and the plunge pool in the courtyard are right up my alley.
This one is blowing my mind on a few levels. First off, just who designed this in 1991? Next up, under $100 a square foot and it’s on over an acre, really? This may be the best deal I’ve seen in a long time, that is as long as you don’t mind living in the middle of nowhere.